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nvcNiNO nru.nTiN. Honolulu, t. h., khiday, july 2, ioot.
BY AUTHORITYlBISHOP RECEIVES
TRAVEL TO KAUAI
AND MAUI STEADY
NAVAL CADETS READY FOR JUNE WEEK;
DRILLS AND CEREMONIES OF GRADUATION.
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MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE VARIOUS SERVICES OF
THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
PI7 IT lli:SOl.i:i) bv the Hoard of SiiiprlMirH if Ilic City nml
County or Honolulu Tenltorv of Hawaii, tli.it the follow lux "minis
ninoiintiiiu m ihiu:i: hundhcd and tiuuti:i:n thousand six
HUNDHP.O SIXTY EIGHT AND SO-lOO DOI.LAHS. ($313 CCS 50) are
l.prebv npiir(irl.iltl In lie nli out nf moneys In the General Pund
nf tile rr'iiiur of the rit ami Cmmtv nf Hnniiliilii for Salaries flxeil
liv lav uiul otlipr pilules wage of labor, don itlous, ninluten.incc of
J t!l. ichool iiiI genet ul espouse r thi mid Cltv ami County for
tlio polol hoqltinlng Uli tlto Hint dn of .In v. l'.u anil Hiding willi
the 'I lilt t v-I'"ii t div of leienibor IU '.i t puvment to no made In
pro rata tnuiitlilr mill dlvlsloni ol mild iiuuutit as stated In the selu'dule
there ol herein rout ilneil
Per Month Sl Months
Hnlmlhs fWed by lin J a nol mi $ tsn.iooo
2liil District Mnglstrito of Honolulu no; pro
rnn,l . l'OOO
IKlriit Coitit M itoilal and Supplies S Oil t'.HOOil
Clerk Office llmpliveoH 4ir.nl 2 ('.70 on
ltrk Mulerlnl nnd Suppllei rami) 300 00
Miijor M itorlnl mid Supplies ISO no 900 00
Supervisors Mitprl il Mini Supplies 1000 Gn 00
Auditor Hlli" Tin Imn-q 2 RilO 121000
Auditor. Mali i I'll ninl Supplies ".I nil -l.'noi)
Attorney I ei-ntles .ui'l OfPre irinplovees in Oil .ISIOOO
At1unip Miilerl.il ami Suppllci .In 00 .luo.oo
Aitmnev nximiKCi. Civil mm, I Ciliuluil innei.
(not pro pili'il) 3.1000
Tn'ii'im-r Olllce employee 1 10 nil PiMI 01)
Tii'.iKiin'i Mnleilal mid Supplies LTiIWI lfu00
Uli'll'e C'olleelopt I1 IV Hull 2."ill 00 1 r.ilOOO
I lipiiyp Colli i tors, .Mnlirlnl ami Supplier, not
pill rnteil fiOOOO
MipiIiIikiI O'IIpph Itent 2"0 00 inooufl
Maintenance ir Pounds, Pn) -Hull 3000 18000
r.nclni'i'i ln ami Hiiive)lug Woik, Pn)-ltnl ... ISO 00 2.SSO00
LiiRlnoeilng ami Surve)ltig Wink. Mateilil ami
Supplies 100 00 r.oooi
Mnl)lleualiv of Parks. Pav Holl 2IIXIII 1.1)000
Maintenance of I'aiks. Mnlcrlnl ami Supplh s .. 3000 ISO 00
MoiKitlnii Kiiplnlnnl Park 700.00 4,200 00
lOHrli t Conn i:mii!ooei 41 SOU 2.49U 00
Molntenimri' "f I'ollre Poire Pav-Hnll 0 870 00 41220)10
Malntctiinie or I'olke 1'orei'. Materhl nil I
f lipiitlen 1 inn) 00 fi.UOO 00
Mnlnti iianee of l'lre Stations ami lire Apar-
iiiiih i' i coi i . n.UiS.'ifl 22or,o.oo
.Vi illiti'li on i or lire St'illmiH uml Pile Appir-
iilim, Maieilnl ami Hiippllex . 70UH0 4 20O00
( ollirlliiu ami lhHiltliili ill (l.nh.iKe 1.40000 8,10(100
.Maliitnminru ami Cutmti iittlun or Kleitile I.IkIiI
Slein, l'a Hull . fi&SOO 1,11000
Miilntenanre nmt Coimt iiiftlnii ol Hlectile I.lKlit
S-tm .Miileilal ami Supplies 1 Ills fa) 0 1 OS 00
Miiliiteiiuiiio mil C'onHriu linn of Hlectrle l.lclit
H Klein Malirl.il ami Supplies, not pioiateil. IMiOOO
Maintenance of Police .mil Pllu Alarm S)teni,
I'l.y Itull 123.00 730 00
Mnluleiianre of Police ami Fire Alarm Sttin,
Mateii.il nuil Suppllen 125 00 7.10 00
Mulnteiiiime of Ilu .Mill 111 llaml, Pay-Hull l.OO.' (in 10,17000
Maintenance of Hawaiian llaml, Mattrl.il ami
Supplied 75 00 430 00
('01 oner's Impiest, not pro rateil 450 00
WltnesH l'tes, not pio rateil DOO 00
.Maintenance of KoaiU, lliiiioliilu DIhIi let 12.00000 72,00000
Maintenance of Ba Itoul Uli-ti let l.SUOOO 10.S00O0
MaintenaiKe of Wnl.mie lto'ul Dlttilct 400.00 2,40000
Valutcuance of Waliiliu Uoad District l.SOO.oo 1O.S00O0
MalntLliance of Koolauloi P.o.nl Ulstilrt ..,... 1 .Sun 00 10,80000
.Maintenance or Koolnnpiikn Hoail Dlsttltt 2,00000 12,000.00
MulnUnaucc of Walmiiiialo Hoail District, not
pro rated C00 00
K.illua llrlilKe not pin rateil .. 250 00
Commission Collecting Hoail Tax, not pro rateil 150 00
l.ullilliiB ami Plumliln Inspettoi Salar 173 00 1,050 00
IiiiIIiIIiir uml PIiiuiuIiik Inspictoi, Material ami
Supplies 10 00 fiOOO
iUertlsliiK. not pro rateil 1.00000
Wahlaiwi l'otiml, nut fin tateil 200 00
liuHilIni; ami Pliimhlns Inspector, llouu ami
l:uK not pro i.itcil 475 00
liiillilliu ami Plmnlilnt; Inspector. Keep of Horfe 2S00 108 00
I'ii ukea Homestead Uoad, not pro rated 800.00
I'auninlil llomestiud Hoail not pro luted 750.00
Hooks Count) Attorney 'a Otlleo, not prorated .. 071.60
Maintenance or Schools 1,000 00 0,000 00
Janitors, Paj-Itoll 27100 l,ti2(!00
Honolulu Jail ltupioieiiients. not pro tnted .... 5,000 00
Hospital i:xk'ini'K . .. 1,150 00 0,000.00
l.euhl Home 125 00 tSO.OO
Meat Inspector, Pay Hull 150 00 900.00
Milk Inspector. P.i Hull and Ti nasi 01 tatlnn ... 100 00 000 00
Pith Inspector Paj Hall 83 00 510.00
Momue Attcmliint, P.iJ-Holl 8500 51000
Siinltar Inspector's Pa-Itoll 17000 1,02000
CIO mid Count Ploslclnn, Pay-ltoll 150.00 900.00
Maintenance of Jails, Pay-Roll SG5 00 5 190.00
Maintenance of Pilsoneis 083 00 4,110.00
Claik's IlriilRe redecked, Wahlnun, not pro rated 800.00
Mnor'8 Hecejitlon Pimd, not jiro rated 500 00
Associated Charities 100 00 000 00
' Muuoa Ilrhlco and Hoail, not pro rated 1,200 00
t Hi: IT ruilTIICH ItnsOLVUIl. that Ihu follow Int; sum amountltiK to
tvi:nty.oni: thousand nini: !iitni)Hi:u (121,900 oo dollaus
aie hereby appropriated to bo paid out of monejs In the Hoail Tax
fipclnl Kutid of the City and Count of Honolulu, for the hulldlnt; and
malntcmiiiM) of loailu and brldiieu In the lespecthe dlBtrlcts natued
henln, sild p.iMnent to be In pio rata monthly wibdlUsloiiB of bald
amount us stated In the schedule thereof lieitln contained:
Per Month. Six Mouths
lliipolillu t 2,000.00 f 12,000 00
Utt.i mid Walnn.ie 1,00000 0,00000
Walalua . 450 00 2,700 00
Koolililloa 200.00 1,200 00
AND DC IT rUUTIIKH UHSOLVnD, that the Audllor of the City
mil Count of Honolulu Is heieby nathorUed uud directed to dinw
win i ants on tlio Clt and Count Treasurei for any of the sums named
lieu In, or parts thereof, upon having filed with him schedules of sab
tirlis Used bv I in mil other sal.nles, of donations named herein, of
piiMolli, and of accounts for matetlal and supplies, accompanied by
inlKln.il vouclieis ninl cutliled b tlio Clerk lis having been duly pnBsed,
nud iill'iued b the Hoard of Hiipeivlniis at any it'Kiilur meeting or
mi) spicl.il incilliu' culled for tin purpose ot toiisldetluB exienillltnei.
AND Hi: IT I'UUTIIIill IU'.SOI.VPD Hint to mako expemlitiireB
iimlir this Hfhiiliitlon It tliull be. necetsiitv that all salary lists, Hems
of donations, paj mils Items or niatetl il and supplies and nccounts of
(jeiifral expenseB Khali befoio belns rcitnlci to the Hoard of Supei
Ikois be passed uiiun by n Committee oi Cnmtultties nud by such bo
tt potted to the lioard or Supervisors with the recommendation of suth
ComiultUi oi Committees, ami sums found to bo lawfully duo and pay
jiblo ma) iht n be voted upon slnsl nt (ollcethel) as coincident on a
rill of the aes mid noes In tho eent or any such Committee failing'
or iicKlidlnK t mi piss upon any such mutters, or to niuko any recom.
liii'iidiition in tiuaiil thereto, the Board niiiv tlieieuiion art.
AND 111:' IT riMllllCH H1:S0I.VI:D. that no payments under this
Hi solution shall be undo, nor Indebtedness of the City mid County of
Honolulu Inclined In nn month in excess nf tho monthly pro rata
unns heieln nuthoilred
IntiodiiCHl by SiipeiUnr DANIEL LOOAN.
Dated Juno 2Stli, U'09
T't foreKOlns Hesolutio'i makliii; appinpilatlons for tho arlous
renlccs of the Clt and Count of Honolulu, was, nt ii tesular meeting
of the llonrd or Superiors or the City and County or Honolulu, held
m Mondnv Juno 2HIi A I) lO". pissed to print on tho folloninc A0
and No oto nf Hit said Hoard of Supervisors:
A)es Ahla, Alelt Kane Lor in, MlCIiIIiiii, Qiilnn, Total:);,
Absent mill not otlnK' Cox. Totnl: I
Hoard of Supervlfois of the City uml County nf Honolulu
I). KALAUOKALANL JR ,
City and County Clerk.
4319 Juno 29, 30, July 1, 2, 3.
Function Marks Close 0
Most Successful -Convocation
Ulshnp Itestcrick sue n reception
Veilnesil.i nliilil In new Parish Hall.
In honor of lsltln;; cleiKy and dele-
Kates from the other Islands The hall
mis artistically decorated with ferns
AhIiIh finm tlie Mtioiw tins ilelUcifd
b the siik elerit), n musical pns
sriim, nrranned ii) the woman s oiiilil,
in.iK rendeied The Klrls fi mil the St.
Aiultews' Prior, also assisted In link
HiK the teccpllon tileasnnt
' RUN IN AS DRUNK
An Intelligent cop nrresteil n man
named William Ulep.ui Wednesda uf
lei noon ar Hie U, It & L. ilcxit, and
charged him at the police stullnu with
All the evldcnco In court win I
to proe that the accused tunii was
as sober as n Jinlite. mid that he was
one of It I) Mead's assistants In hand
HiiK the strike breakers, on their re
turn rrom work nt the different plan
tations. The police olllcer who made the ar
rest said that he thought the man was
drunk, because ho was noting In a
boisterous manner. Mr. Mead g'ie
eldcuce to the effect that Ole
pan was working for him and that
the "liolsb roils" conduct consisted In
tho man's attempts to keep the strike
hienkors In lino whilst they were wait
ing for their pay emclope.
Judge Andrade, who heard tho case,
thought the policeman had In ulo n nils
lake and dlrclnrged the accused.
(Special to tho Uu I lot In.)
LAUPAHOBHOi:, HAWAII, Juno 24.
The Lmipahoehoe School Orchestra
Is doing wonderful work. There are 25
members In tho organization. And the
people who heard tho orchestra wero
well pleased mid surpilsed nt the
ability shown by tho little ones on
their nrtous Instruments. Tho pro
gimii for Saturday waa well rendered
and tho actors and actresses descned
much credit. Tho program follows:
I.aupnlioi'lioo School Orchestra
Chorus "Pua Sadlnla"
Accompanied b Orchestra
Song "Mj Old Kentucky Homo"
Wnltz "Honeysuckle" Orchestra
LITTLi: UHD RIDING HOOD
(A Musical Play)
Red Hiding Hood Clndrina Slha
Mother Mary Nobrlga
Woodsuuin I'red Drnnco
Wolf Jno. llolokahl
Knlry Queen ,OUla Dranco
1'alry Attendants Ten Girls
Wnltz "AM Welti" ,,..Uy MundolltiB
Selection "The (iriuid Murch"
Two-Stcii "Maul no ko Ol"
Solo uml Chorus "Sweet Lcl Lehua"
with guitnr uccomimnlmont
Chorus "Tho Old Oaken Ducket,"....
Solo "School Da)s" ....Wllllo Kallno
Song "Junnlta" Choir
Mnreh "Pun Ono" Oichestru
"kun in a photograph oal
ij:ry." (A farco In ono act.)
Jno. Pcrkens, tho photographer
Simon Schnldor, nn assistant
Chns. Doe, son of Mrs Doo
Mrs Doe Mar Nobrlga
Cluwence Pv ench, A dude
Imls Nobrlg i
Twin Sisters ami School (111 Is.
Song "Music of tho Iluln" ....
Song "Thrlco Hoi"
Selection "Old Plantation" ...
School Ol chest t a
Sous "M(ii or College Song"
Jack 1juIh Nohilgu
Mother Miuy Nobrlga
Solo and Chorus "Sweet I.p Mamn"
Soloists' Maria Knoloul mid Surah
Song "Tho Salloi's Clleo" Choir
Song mid Chorus "Akahl Hoi" .,.,..
lly Hawaiian chlldmi-iif eouipiulod
II) urn "Abide With Me" .
tirades 3 to 7
Schottlcclie "Danco Piett)"
by Mandolins, (lulttiis, Ukulele and
Motion Song ''The Slioomaltct"
lly N'apini Maluo
Song mid Choiiis "Forgct-mo nnp' ,,,
Secretary Wood Sends
That the Promotion Committee Is
meeting with excellent success In Its
endenwir to promotu trnel to Mini
mid Kauai Is evidenced b) the follow
ing communication, part of n tetter ad
dressed to the Piomotlou Committee
b) Secret Ji) II. P. Wood:
"It Is ery gratlf)lng to be aide to
slate that oin cITorts to turn travel to
Maul me meeting with much encour
agement, 1909 will undoubtedly show
n largely Inci eased number of visitors
to Hnleukulii and Inn Valley over pre-
lous ear8. This lesttlt his been
inaito possible li the Maul ix'oplo
Ihemselves who hao Imported auto
mobiles, Improved their hotels, thus
enabling us to sny that transportation
on the Twin Island Is cheap mid hotel
Of lhcs fncts, tho traveler must bo
nssured and now that Kauai Is otter
ing n Eplendld automobile service cov
ering all parts of the Island at reason
able rates mid with the nssuranco that
tho traveler will find good hotel accom
modation ut Tlio Devcrlll Hotel, Hann
lei, also at Tho Kalrvlcw Hotel. Llhnc,
and nt Walmon, the three vantage
points on the Island.
From this on, I believe that travel
to tho dnrtlon Island will rapldl) In
crease. Kauai sHould tiavo a largo
modern tourist hotel at Hanalct which
Is certainly ono or the most beautiful
bathing beaches In the world, and
now that tho tide of travel has nt last
turned to Hawaii, such a place. If well
ndvcrtlsed mid properly conducted,
would, I fool nssured, prove n paving
During tho minimer season, n hotel
with accommodations for fifty or more
guests pould be kept constantly (Hied
with our own jicoplo.
CAPTAIN HOWE STARTS
Captain Howe, IT. S. Inspector of
Hulls, wns tho recipient of a pretty
courtesy In tho way of a surprlso
party Wednesday night. Mrs.
George II. Paul was the hostess, and
the affair took place at her home,
No. 1070 lleretanla street. So much
of n surprise was the affair that the
gallant captain all but railed to bo
present. He was caught Just In
time to avert n tragedy, however.
Captain Hnvvo sails on tho Lurllno
tonight for the mainland, and tho
little function wns to bid him Good-
speed. There were curds, music, re
freshments and dancing and the af
fair was n most delightful one.
Cnptuln Hovvo has six weeks' va
cation, and he Is planning to spend it
In San Francisco and Seattle.
"There Is ono thing In particular
that pleases me In tho prospect of a
visit to the malnlnnd," said the Cap
tain last night, "I shall have a
chance to sing the praises of Hawaii
to peoplo who don't already know
nbout this glorious country. I am
going to run a one-man promotion
bureau all my own, and If I don't
make convcrlR It won't bo my fault.
",Ycs, i have six weeks' vacation,
and I am glud of the opportunity to
see the fulr, hut really, six weeks Is
just about as long as I should care
to stay away from Hawaii."
Woodrow Wilson May Run. Now
York, Juno 21. Thero Is a strong pos
sibility that President Woodrow Wil
son of Princeton university will be the
next democratic nominee for governor
of New Jersey,
Accompanied b Orchestra
March Theie's Music In tho Air" ....
lly School Orchestra
COL ZOOZOO'S RAND.
(A Musical Comedy.)
Col, Zoozoo; Leader . ...Inils Nobrlgi
Hans Haiierkiaut; Alto Plu)cr
Heine Von Smash; Saxophone
Mike; Trombonist ....Manuel Nobrlga
Hunter llrowu Wllllo Kallno
Jim Jones; Iluuso Abel Mnttoou
Medloy "Col Zoozoo"
Song "Tho Uurlesqile Band"
Ho)s of tho 1 uml 2 Grudes
Two-8top "Medley or Hawaiian Two-
Steps'' L. S. O.
Recitation "Uncle Rastus"
Solo uml Choiiis .."Sweet Led tohtiti"
Waltz ''Miihlmi Malumalaina"
L. S. O.
Song "O'er Lund nud Sea"
Grades 3 to 7
Indl'in Club l)i III.
National Songs of (Itent lltltun, United
Stales Jupiui, Sent) iitd. Germ my
Song .,,.., . ."Hoiiin Sweet Hotuo'
Son,' "Aloha Oo"
Music by tho laiupahoehoo School
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Annapolis Kv cry cadet nt tho Naval academy, mid particularly thoso or the clas3 of 199 did his level best
to get In shapo for "June week," which Is tho graduating time at the nav )' training nhool. The visiting boaid
appointed by tho President and Congress was at tho academy to Inspect it n lid roport upon its needs. There weie
Interesting exhibitions of drills and tho practical work that goes to mako u tho inldidilpmen's tialiilng for theli
profession nnd varloim other entertainments of rn nlhletlo nud social nature. Iltir ninny )ems "Juno week," be
ginning with tho reception to the board of visitors and ending in the small Ii ourH of Saturdny morning as tlio June
hall Is brought to a close, has been tho great period or reunion for nil the I nillvldiinls of tho nav) contingent wl.o
can lay their plans to reach Annapolis. Then thero Is the clrclo of the rela tlvcs and friends of tho graduates and
other midshipmen over Increasing in geometrical progression as the body of mtdshlpmcut Increases in number .
Finally thero nro tho thousands from Uaitlmoic, Washington nnd othor nearby points. An ImiKirtnnt feature of
"June week" this )ear wns tho reunion of tho class or '81, which Vice Admiral Urlu of Japan attended as tho
ranking graduate of tho neademy next to Admiral Dewey.
Beds At Last
F you are looking for a big bed a regular punee 5 ft. 6 in. wide by 0 ft. G in. longi we can
furnish it to you in iron . You won't have to buy a wooden bed any more.
Plain, heavy iron beds, in solid colors, white or cream, at very reasonable prices.
MATTRESSES of the very finest manufacture from the factory of The ORESCENT FEATHER
CO., San Francisco, filled with white, grey or black hair, elastic felt, palm fibre, moss, cotton-top ex
celsior ctc.i at lowest prices and of quality that beats anything ever offered in Honolulu before.
Rugs of all qualities. Lice curtains in great variety.
These arc the first arrival of goods purchased personally in Sin Francisco by our Mr. Bailey.
More due on the Alameda,
Honolulu, Wire Bed Co.,
Corner King and Alakea.